Hugh Brown

Chief Executive Officer

St. David’s Georgetown Hospital

Hugh Brown has served as chief executive officer of St. David's Georgetown Hospital since February 2007. Mr. Brown currently serves as a board member of Williamson County Institute for Excellence in Nonprofits, the Grace Academy board, the Caring Place board and the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars and American Legion posts in Georgetown. He is also a member of Main Street Baptist Church in Georgetown, where he teaches a weekly adult Bible study and serves on its leadership committee.

Brown came to St. David's Georgetown Hospital from Grand Strand Regional Medical Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He joined Grand Strand Regional in 1992, where he held numerous leadership positions including chief operating officer and chief development officer.

Brown earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill under a U.S. Navy ROTC scholarship. He went on to earn a master’s degree in business administration from Winthrop University. After college, Brown served as a U.S. Navy supply officer on a fast-attack nuclear-powered submarine and earned a Navy Achievement Medal and an Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal.

Mark Gorham

Chief Operating Officer

St. David’s Georgetown Hospital

Mark Gorham was named chief operating officer of St. David's Georgetown Hospital in November 2021. Prior to joining St. David's Georgetown Hospital, Gorham served in several leadership roles throughout the St. David’s HealthCare system, including assistant administrator at St. David’s Medical Center and Heart Hospital of Austin.

At St. David’s Medical Center, Gorham helped grow the hospital’s Cardiac MRI program and cardiovascular imaging centers. Gorham also spent two years at Heart Hospital of Austin managing several significant growth projects, including the construction of a new 14-bed progressive care unit (PCU), as well as pharmacy and lab expansions.

Gorham earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Baylor University in Waco and a master’s degree in healthcare administration from Trinity University in San Antonio.

Suzy Swan

Assistant Chief Financial Officer

St. David’s Georgetown Hospital

Suzy Swan is the assistant chief financial officer of St. David’s Georgetown Hospital, a campus of St. David’s Medical Center. Swan works closely with St. David’s Medical Center chief financial officer Julie Perez. Prior to assuming the role of assistant chief financial officer, Swan served as the controller for St. David’s Medical Center.

Swan has more than 20 years of experience in financial management and analysis. She began her time with St. David’s Medical Center as a staff accountant and was eventually promoted to financial analyst and then to controller. She previously served as a senior financial and reimbursement analyst for Seton Family of Hospitals and worked for several years as the director of finance for the Texas PTA.

Swan serves in the Georgetown community through volunteering with Meals on Wheels and both of the local Blue and Brown Santa programs. She is an active member in her family’s church where she served as a youth minister and Sunday school teacher for many years.

Swan obtained her bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Texas State University in San Marcos, and went on to earned her Master of Business Administration from Texas State University.

Tracy Rodriguez

Chief Nursing Officer

St. David’s Georgetown Hospital

Tracy Rodriguez serves as the chief nursing officer for St. David’s Georgetown Hospital. Previously, she served as vice president of nursing at Northeast Methodist Hospital, a 179-bed acute care hospital in San Antonio, where she oversaw nursing operations and a staff of more than 300.

Prior to her position at Northeast Methodist Hospital, Rodriguez served as director of Med I (medicine) at Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, another facility within the Methodist Healthcare system. Additionally, she served as the director of telemetry and the interim director of ICU at Christus Santa Rosa Medical Center in San Antonio. She also spent several years as a health coach with Health Dialog, a population health management services provider, where she led a coaching team that participated in a study on telemedicine published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Prior to moving to San Antonio in 2002, Rodriguez worked nearly 20 years as a nurse in hospitals across the globe from Canada to Saudi Arabia. She holds multiple degrees in nursing, including a nursing diploma from Misericordia School of Nursing in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and a doctorate in nursing practice from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.